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One voice. Many hearts.

A family of choirs.

Vox Choirs is a Toronto-based non-profit music organization comprised of two sibling choirs that share the same core principles: musical excellence, social responsibility, and relationship building.

Upcoming Events

A Ceremony of Carols

Saturday December 7, 7:30pm
Join Florivox Choir at Metropolitan United Church on December 7th to celebrate the winter season with 'A Ceremony of Carols’, featuring John Rutter’s Gloria transcribed for treble-voiced choir and Canadian Composer, Sarah Quartel’s Snow Angel. The choir will be joined by conductor Josh Tamayo, BrassAckwards Brass Choir, accompanist Victor Cheng and cellist Lydia Munchinsky.
TICKETS: $20 in advance (online), $25 at the door
Metropolitan United Church
56 Queen St E, Toronto, ON

The Light Has Come

Saturday December 14, 8:00pm
This concert features works centred on the light of the season, as evidenced in contemporary secular poetry, the Christian tradition, winter solstice, and the principles of Kwanzaa. It features works by living contemporary composers including the esteemed Canadian composer Sarah Quartel, whose work A Winter Day is one of two anchor pieces on the program. Quartel's work paints the Canadian winter in five movements with text by Sara Teasdale, Lucy Maud Montgomery, and Melville Cane. The second half features the Nguzo Saba Suite by African-American composer Glenn Burleigh, in his piano-accompanied work in seven movements on the principles of Kwanzaa, and shorter works by Felix Mendelssohn, Ēriks Ešenvalds, Eric Whitacre, Robert L Morris, and Morten Lauridsen.
TICKETS: $20 in advance (online), $25 at the door
Christ Church Deer Park
1570 Yonge St, Toronto, ON

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A Message from our Board

Dallas Bergen, Artistic Director of Vox Choirs and Conductor of Univox, has announced that he will be stepping down from his role following the 2020-2021 season, at the conclusion of our 16th season together.

In 2005, upon arriving in Toronto, Dallas was inspired to start a choir for young adults focused upon community-building through artistic expression. Fueled by his experience and understanding that a choral community can foster profoundly meaningful life experiences and lasting friendships, he founded Univox. Univox flourished under his passionate and nurturing leadership, and grew to an ensemble of eighty singers. In 2014, to meet the demand of a lengthy waitlist, Florivox was founded as Univox’ treble-voice sibling choir. The choirs now form Vox Choirs, a community arts organization of non-auditioned choirs committed to musical excellence, social responsibility, and relationship building.


Over the last 14 years, Vox Choirs has become known for its strong community among its members, supported by annual singer retreats and concert tours, and for producing exceptional concerts in collaboration with diverse artists in Toronto and around the world.


Vox Choirs is grateful to Dallas for instilling his spirit and joy in our choristers, inspiring us to grow as musicians, and showing us the transformative power of artistic community through singing. We look forward to our final two seasons together, and wish Dallas well as he explores new horizons.